New Frontier acquires Fred Weber assets 

New Frontier Materials has acquired aggregates and asphalt assets from construction materials provider Fred Weber, bringing its operations to include 20 sites throughout St. Louis.
Asphalt Plants, Equipment & Applications / July 26, 2021
By Ben Spencer
New Frontier Materials Fred Weber aggregates and asphalt assets St. Louis
New Frontier now has more than 20 sites throughout St. Louis, which include stone quarries and asphalt plants (© Zimmytws |

These sites include stone quarries and asphalt plants. 

Capital investments in New Frontier's growth are aimed at improving plant efficiency, building upon safety and environmental programs, and strengthening employee training and development.

Sherrod B. (Mike) Clarke, a 35-year industry veteran, became CEO of New Frontier upon completion of the transaction. Doug Weible remains chairman & CEO of Fred Weber.

Clarke says: “We bring a long-term perspective and intend to grow by focusing on premium products and delivering superior customer service. I look forward to advancing the New Frontier philosophy with a continued focus on employee safety, environmental stewardship, and community relations. I am humbled to step into the shoes of accomplished CEO Doug Weible and wish him much continued success at Fred Weber."

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